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Sick of mindless threats

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From page A7 | April 26, 2013 |

EDITOR:

Originally I found this ugly pygmy’s “threats” just amusingly annoying, but now I am finding them 100 percent repulsive.

Here is my open letter to Kim Jong dUNg.

Dear worthless POS. Unlike some in our leadership, I believe it is you who are in “deep doo doo.” I believe you are nothing but a loud-mouthed, brain-dead, ugly pygmy with a “little man” complex. You do not know the American people very well at all, you and your wife Ri-soled–Shoe. I for one do not believe you will ever possess any missile delivery system that will do more than lift up and down on a launcher and if launched will malfunction and fall in the sea. Why?  Because no one with brains will ever remain in your Godforsaken country who is smart enough to build real ones for a puke like you. The really intelligent munitions engineers have already left!

While you live like a truth-deprived pygmy god, the rest of your country starves. Do you really believe they are stupid enough to believe you are a “benevolent leader” for them? The quality of your leadership is evidenced by your brilliant decision to close Kaesong, one of the only legal revenue sources you have, and putting many more of your own people into starvation. Kind of like hitting yourself in the face with an empty pan, although you look like that has been done to you many times before.

I laugh at the fact that you think your goose-stepping flat-hatters are threatening. Let’s see some video of them about 20 miles down the road. Haha. Think they would still worship you when they found out you don’t have enough gasoline for your trucks to take them back 20 miles much less get the mental midgets to the DMZ?

So quit your joke “saber rattling” and just launch so we have reason to turn your castle into rubble and yes, unlike your cheap North Korean junk, our missiles can chase you down your street like we did to Gadhafi. Remember him?

Then, once you are history, perhaps we will see all your goose-stepping idiots being forced to goose step into the ocean as all your starving citizens take back the country from three generations of deranged pygmy buffoons.

Then perhaps we can see a united Korea, with a real peace treaty, which could become an ally, be non-threatening to China and actually convince the world to give your poor, starving masses some aid. Aid that goes directly to them, not through your thieving regime.

So, in closing I say, do it, you sick little piece of “doo-doo,” please do it! This American is tired of your BS. I want to get it over with quickly. And getting rid of you will be quick. And if Rodman doesn’t like it, let him go live with you and both of ya can bask in the glow of JDAMS.

Go big now and find out what really big is, or, just go home little man and take your hollow BS threats with you. At first they were just humorous but now I’m not laughing anymore. I’m just tired of hearing them. You need to eat your words, pipsqueak.

JIM RIORDAN
Cameron Park

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